What can we learn from the experiences of Asia and Europe with regard to NPLs during the financial crisis to help us weather the current and future ones?
A well-functioning euro reflects a degree of unity that allows the EU to credibly claim a position at the global table and therefore help shape the policies that will deal with global problems. That is a decisive success.
Discussions on reforming European Union fiscal rules must consider a more permanent but targeted role for the Recovery and Resilience fund to meet climate ambitions.
What are the economic priorities for the new year?
The euro’s advocates hoped that the single currency would deliver economic and financial integration, policy convergence, political amalgamation, and global influence. While these predictions were often wide of the mark, the euro has arguably proven to be a wise investment.
A selection of charts from Bruegel’s weekly newsletter, analysis of the year and what it meant for the economy in Europe and the world.
Discussions on the fiscal framework should aim to correct its procyclical nature with a view to promoting more cooperative outcomes.
At this members-only event we will discuss the European Commission's new foreign investment screening mechanism
Financing post-pandemic recovery via EU borrowing has proved remarkably straightforward. So why keep it temporary?
Small banks face multiple challenges. What structural changes are needed to tackle these pressures?
Policy focus should be on tackling uncertainties by being able to tackle as many scenarios as possible.
Contribution to 'Nonperforming Loans in Asia and Europe—Causes, Impacts, and Resolution Strategies' published by the Asia Development Bank.